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商業用·一般用無人機:歐洲·美國的潛在市場與顧慮事項

Commercial and Consumer Drones: Market Potential and Outstanding Issues in Europe and the United States

出版商 IDATE DigiWorld 商品編碼 329367
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 54 Pages
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商業用·一般用無人機:歐洲·美國的潛在市場與顧慮事項 Commercial and Consumer Drones: Market Potential and Outstanding Issues in Europe and the United States
出版日期: 2015年05月04日 內容資訊: 英文 54 Pages
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民間用無人機市場目前規模極小,但以法國等地為中心正在急速成長,收益也日益升高。當今實驗運用的重心是業務用無人機,相信不外便可簽下最初的契約及實際運用。無人機和UAV (無人飛機) 的應用領域廣泛,在各個產業皆可創造新的市場機會。但無論在哪個領域都有不同的問題點,需要踏實地解決這些問題。

本報告提供歐洲·美國的民間用 (一般用) 無人機市場今後發展性與課題相關分析,提供您其功能·特徵和主要用途,主要的利用案例·用途,和商務用無人機的類似點和不同點,今後的價值鏈結構,相關法規的建立預測等調查,再加上今後發生的各種問題點及其解決方案考察等資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 分析方法·定義

第3章 民間用無人機的技術性特徵

  • 無人機的分類:一般用 vs. 商務用
    • 一般用 (消費者用) 無人機
    • 商務用/商業用無人機
  • 裝載技術
    • 引擎
    • 感測器
    • 無線技術
  • 問題·課題和今後的開發預測
    • 技術方面·經濟方面的性能改善預測
    • 學習無人機所使用的基礎技術,及搭載於無人機的能力等,將成為今後成功的關鍵

第4章 民間用無人機的多數使用案例

  • 娛樂方面的應用
    • 照片·影片
    • 遊戲·AR (擴增實境)
  • 專門的用途
    • 觀察·監視
    • 精密農耕
    • 媒體:電影·TV製作
    • 物流:商品的出貨
  • 問題·課題和今後的開發預測
    • 商務用無人機,必須配合各種事務和業務需求
    • 目前實驗利用關係到未來的契約
    • 不可忽視商務用·娛樂用間利用性的重複

第5章 價值鏈的形成

  • 民間用無人機的廠商
    • 廠商方面從娛樂用市場轉移到商務用市場
    • 各製造公司以承包·解決方案開拓商務用市場
    • 軍用無人機·廠商打入民間用市場
  • 民間用無人機的業者
  • 服務供應商:資料處理場的課題
  • 問題·課題和今後的開發預測

第6章 未來管理體制成為市場發展的關鍵

  • 歐洲的管理體制
  • 美國的法規
    • 一般用用途
    • 專門用途
  • 問題·課題和今後的開發預測

第7章 民間用無人機市場未來預測 (今後5年份)

  • 預測手法
  • 民間用無人機的銷售額預測 (今後7年份)

第8章 簡稱·首字母縮略詞

圖表一覽

分析對象企業

  • 3DRobotics
  • Aerodrones
  • Airbus
  • AirDog
  • Alibaba
  • Amazon
  • ArcelorMittal
  • Delair-Tech
  • DeltaDrone
  • DHL
  • Diades
  • DJI
  • EiffageTravauxPublics
  • ERDF
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • GoPro
  • Hexo+
  • nfotron
  • LaPoste
  • LHAviation
  • Microdrone
  • Monnoyeur
  • Novadem
  • Parrot
  • Redbird
  • Safran
  • senseFly
  • SNCF
  • SurveyCopter
  • Thales
  • Total
  • Varioptic
  • Veolia
  • WiproLtd
  • Zano
目錄
Product Code: M15385IN2

Although still quite small, the civilian drone market is flourishing, particularly in France. A host of trials are being conducted with professional drones, and the first major contracts should not be far behind. Applications are many and various. The use of UAV in all industry sectors is opening up an array of new prospects.

As in any nascent market, there is no shortage of issues to address, and stakeholders will have to rise to some major challenges - our study deepens these aspects.

Furthermore, this report answers the following questions:

  • What key properties must civilian drones have to meet market demand?
  • What will the core applications be for UAV?
  • Which players will secure contracts with major (still unconvinced) corporations?
  • Will regulations help or hinder market development?
  • How will civilian drone sales evolve over the next five years?

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. A technology turning in increasingly strong technical-economic performances
  • 1.2. Multiple use cases, generating a host of trials and commercial services
  • 1.3. A market taking shape, that could become a service-based economy
  • 1.4. The market's development will depend on the introduction of a suitable regulatory framework
  • 1.5. A market expected to gather momentum in 2016

2. Methodology & definitions

  • 2.1. IDATE's general methodology
  • 2.2. Methodology specific to this report: forecasting methods
  • 2.3. Definitions

3. Technical properties of civilian drones

  • 3.1. Drone classification: consumer vs. professional
    • 3.1.1. Consumer drones
    • 3.1.2. Professional/commercial drones
  • 3.2. On-board technologies
    • 3.2.1. Engines
    • 3.2.2. Sensors
    • 3.2.3. Radio technologies
  • 3.3. Issues, challenges and development outlook
    • 3.3.1. Technical-economic performances that are expected to improve
    • 3.3.2. Mastering the underlying technologies being used by drones, and the ability to integrate them into the craft are key to future success

4. The many uses of civilian drones

  • 4.1. That's entertainment!
    • 4.1.1. Photos and videos
    • 4.1.2. Gaming and augmented reality
  • 4.2. Professional applications
    • 4.2.1. Observation and surveillance
    • 4.2.2. Precision farming
    • 4.2.3. Media: film and TV production
    • 4.2.4. Logistics: shipping merchandise
  • 4.3. Issues, challenges and development outlook
    • 4.3.1. Working drones need to adapt to a range of tasks and situations
    • 4.3.2. Today's trials should lead to tomorrow's contracts
    • 4.3.3. The overlap between usage professional and recreational use should not be overlooked

5. A value chain taking shape

  • 5.1. Civilian drone manufacturers
    • 5.1.1. Manufacturers moving from the recreational to the professional market
    • 5.1.2. Manufacturers targeting the professional market with turnkey solutions
    • 5.1.3. Military drone manufacturers entering the civilian drone market
  • 5.2. Civilian drone operators
  • 5.3. Service providers: the data processing challenge
  • 5.4. Issues challenges and development outlook

6. Future regulation will be key to the market's development

  • 6.1. The regulatory framework in Europe
  • 6.2. Regulation in the United States
    • 6.2.1. Consumer applications
    • 6.2.2. Professional applications
  • 6.3. Issues, challenges and development outlook

7. Five-year forecasts for the civilian drone market

  • 7.1. Methodology
  • 7.2. Civilian drone sales from 2014 to 2020

8. Abbreviations and acronyms

List of Tables

  • Table 1: How civilian drones need to improve
  • Table 2: Drone classifications in France pursuant to the Order of 11 April 2012 on civil UAV design and conditions for their use
  • Table 3: Main features of consumer and professional drones
  • Table 4: Comparison of a selection of consumer drones
  • Table 5: Comparison of a selection of professional-grade drones
  • Table 6: Comparison of the different versions of Wi-Fi used by drones
  • Table 7: How civilian drones need to improve
  • Table 8: Status of civilian drone regulations across Europe
  • Table 9: The 10 rules for flying a hobby drone in France
  • Table 10: Flight scenarios defined by French regulation

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: The drone market value chain
  • Figure 2: Growth of civilian drone market value between 2014 and 2020
  • Figure 3: The range of different drones according to US classifications
  • Figure 4: A multi-rotor fixed-wing drone
  • Figure 5: A fixed-wing drone
  • Figure 6: Example of a low-end consumer drone (FAZE RTF Hobbyzone)
  • Figure 7: The Bebop Drone from Parrot
  • Figure 8: The Safran Patroller S, on the cusp civilian and military UAV
  • Figure 9: senseFly cameras, from Parrot's professional drone applications division
  • Figure 10: The Parrot Skycontroller (left) and DJI flight controller (right)
  • Figure 11: Delair-Tech DT-18 ground control station
  • Figure 12: The Parrot Rolling Spider control interface, enabling in-flight acrobatics
  • Figure 13: AirDog, funded on Kickstarter
  • Figure 14: AR.FlyingAce: augmented reality aerial combat application
  • Figure 15: AR.Race
  • Figure 16: Inspection of the Millau viaduct by a drone
  • Figure 17: Drones used by ERDF to inspect overhead power lines
  • Figure 18: How drones can help with precision farming
  • Figure 19: Use of the eBee drone in precision farming
  • Figure 20: Director Sebastien Montaz-Rosset filming Summits of My Life, with a little help from a drone
  • Figure 21: The "parcelcopter" prototype use by DHL
  • Figure 22: The Amazon drone: an octocopter with 8 electric motors, sensors and GPS
  • Figure 23: The drone market value chain
  • Figure 24: Where the world's top 200 civilian drone manufacturers are located
  • Figure 25: The eBee civilian professional-grade drone
  • Figure 26: A Delair-Tech turnkey solution: the Big Mapper Package
  • Figure 27: The Delta Drone solution
  • Figure 28: The DVF 2000 UAV
  • Figure 29: The Copter 4 UAV
  • Figure 30: Redbird's solutions: from data acquisition to processing
  • Figure 31: Rules and recommendations for recreational drone users in the US
  • Figure 32: Growth of civilian hobby drones worldwide between 2014 and 2020
  • Figure 33: Growth of civilian commercial drones worldwide between 2014 and 2020
  • Figure 34: Growth of the civilian drone market value between 2014 and 2020

List of players examined or mentionned

  • 3DRobotics
  • Aérodrones
  • Airbus
  • AirDog
  • Alibaba
  • Amazon
  • ArcelorMittal
  • Delair-Tech
  • DeltaDrone
  • DHL
  • Diades
  • DJI
  • EiffageTravauxPublics
  • ERDF
  • Facebook
  • Google
  • GoPro
  • Hexo+
  • nfotron
  • LaPoste
  • LHAviation
  • Microdrone
  • Monnoyeur
  • Novadem
  • Parrot
  • Redbird
  • Safran
  • senseFly
  • SNCF
  • SurveyCopter
  • Thalès
  • Total
  • Varioptic
  • Veolia
  • WiproLtd
  • Zano

Slideshow contents

Fast evolving technologies paving the way for a host of applications

  • A wide range of civilian drones
  • Technical-economic performances that continue to improve
  • Multiple use cases

A market taking shape that could become a service-based economy

  • A market taking shape
  • Strategies moving towards the supply of turnkey solutions

Future regulation will be key to the market's development

  • A regulatory framework taking shape

A market expected to gather momentum in 2016

  • Civilian drone market value, worldwide
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